Tom Peters, Director of Design for the Camaro concept, drives the car for the first time.
Simple operations performed by a hard drive with no cover, so that you can see what it looks like inside.
This experiment was performed on an old hard drive, do not try this with newer expensive hard drives, it is a bit risky
Toshiba 100gb hard drive replacing the stock 20gb. Screws are tough but process takes just a few minutes.
Here's our review of the CarChip: which plugs into a car and tracks the driving type and trouble codes. An excellent way to watch how people drive, speed, hard starts, hard braking, etc. You might be surprised at your own methods.
Fancey Gap Mountain Driving downhill in a 18 wheeler truck
How to set up and use a google drive in OSX.
Using Gmail for storage works real well for keeping access to files you need to keep around no matter where you are.
NOW YOU CAN LOCK ANY FILE AND ANY FOLDER AND ANY DRIVE VERY VERY VERY EASY ........FULL VERSION WITH USERNAME AND SERIAL NUMBER TOO
Now if you have a lot of drives you can change the letters : D A cool little trick.
Check out how the spectacular 17 mile drive looks, when you are
driving in your car along the coast of pacific ocean
For first time visitors, this gives a good hint on what to expect
from the 17 mile drive and probably lures them to this beautiful place.
Windows Vista introduces a new concept in adding memory to a system. Windows ReadyBoost lets users use a removable flash memory device, such as a USB thumb drive, to improve system performance without opening the box. Windows ReadyBoost can improve system performance because it can retrieve data kept on the flash memory more quickly than it can retrieve data kept on the hard disk, decreasing the time you need to wait for your PC to respond. Combined with SuperFetch technology, this can help drive impressive improvements in system responsiveness.
Using Virtual drives in order to load Iso's and disc images.
Ice driving in the mountain